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H&V News - 18 June

Only available in our digital edition, H&V News covers proposals in the Queen’s Speech to tackle late payment practices, which are forcing small contractors out of business; we also look at the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill which could enforce 30-day payment terms; an internal review by Willmott Dixon found project bank accounts are “unsuitable” for use on projects worth less than £50m and increase the cost of delivering schemes.

The latest issue of H&V News is now online to view, with all the latest news, features and interviews, simply register to view.

We also look at the £25m replacement facility for Airedale International which will built by Bam Construction to replace its Leeds factory, which was struck by a fire last year.

H&V News also covers the investigation by the Health & Safety Executive following the death of a construction worker which revealed that roofing panels containing asbestos had been illegally supplied.

Also only available in our digital magazine is our latest special report on the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. Once again, we have exclusive answers to H&V News LinkedIn group members’ questions, following the scheme’s launch in April.

Don’t miss our Q&A with Balfour Beatty business development director Bill Merry.

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